Waipā is at Orange in the COVID-19 Protection Framework. New arrangements now apply, For more click here.
Family history is an important part of who we are. The more we learn about our families and whanau, the more we learn about ourselves. It's never too early to learn about your family history, and it is also just as important to record your thoughts today, as in time they will become a record for future generations.
Family and local history is also now an important part of the New Zealand curriculum.
Over the next short while we will be posting pages from our Family History for Children Introductory Workbook which was made available to children who attended the ancestry month event on 10 August 2021.
About me (and online research tools to help fill in some of the answers)
On this day in Waipā (thanks to Alan Hall)
Full booklet (pages 1-16): Download.
Posted on 06 May 2022
Waipā District Libraries is pleased to support New Zealand Music Month. This year's theme is 'Level up your Local Talent'.
In the spirit of this year's theme we had sisters Ava (Clarinet) and Elise (Guitar) both from Cambridge High School playing Saturday 7 May, followed by Bluegrass Band, Bowstring (Steve, Colin and Anne), on Saturday 14 May.